CALL OF THE WILD
To most, they are animals even when in human form. They are to be collared and kept on the fringes of society, scorned because they are feared, hated for their extraordinary powers. And attorney Kim Fraser has to go right into the heart of their lair.
Its her job to defend those in need. But there is absolutely nothing defenseless about Liam Morrissey. His soft Irish lilt and feline grace can't disguise his sheer strength. Nor can the silver chain at his throat, designed to control the aggression of his kind, completely reassure her that this man has been tamed.
Yet when a feral shifter begins to stalk them both, Liam is the only one she trusts with her life. She ll let him claim her for her protection, for her pride, and for a passion that knows no bounds.
First, the description doesn't do this book justice. The stalker part is so very small and is really just the reason for Liam to go after Kim. The whole story centers around Kim trying to defend a shifter accused of killing his human girlfriend, shifter politics, dominant males, and a clan leader as evil and ugly as they come. When I first picked this book up, I thought it was a little "corny", and had a weak plot. But boy was I wrong. Once you get a third of the way in your hooked into these characters and can't stop reading until you know what happens. Who gets their HEA? Loved Kim's spit-fire attitude, and Liam's protective instincts. Liam and Kim have quite alot of passion between them....whew! And Liam's family just adds to the charm of this story. I look forward to reading the rest of the series.